Ensaimadas: The quintessential Menorcan sweet. Generally, they must be ordered at least one day in advance, although if we are not proactive, both at the port and at the airport they can be purchased by paying a little more.
Cheeses: The cheese of the protected designation of origin “Queso Mahon-Menorca” is, due to its elaboration process and traditional ripening practices, part of the culture and customs of the Island.
Gin Xoriguer and Biniarbolla liquors: The Gin Xoriguer is the gin with which the famous Menorcan “pomade” is made that you will surely try at their parties.
Avarcas: They are the typical Menorcan sandals, low and comfortable, in high demand when staying on the island. If you want to visit an avarcas factory, the Ria company conducts free guided tours of its facilities in Ferrerías.
Sobrasada: The Menorcan sobrasada shines with its own light and does not envy the Catalan or Majorcan at all.
“Menorca is a charming island in the Mediterranean, with incomparable beaches and coves of golden sand …”
Enjoy Menorca at Villas Etnia, a holiday resort of 20 Villas rated by the Consell Insular de Menorca as “superior” TOURIST HOLIDAY HOUSES.